Havanur alleged that Kumaraswamy as the chief minister between February 2006 and October 2007 had allotted 80.13 acres in bulk to a private housing cooperative society in Bangalore, violating the Supreme Court and the High Court orders.
This allotment, the complainant said, was made for gain. He also charged that Kumaraswamy got a 110 ft by 150 ft site allotted in the name of his wife Anita. But she later returned it to the society on the grounds that she did not like the location.
Havanur said Kumaraswamy granted mining lease illegally to a mining firm and his family got allotment of 46 sites in Mysore. He also alleged land grabbing by former prime minister H D Deve Gowda and his family.
This is the second complaint filed against Kumaraswamy before the Lokayukta, after the one submitted by Advocate Tahaggihalli recently.
According to the Lokayukta, while the earlier complaint had been referred for preliminary enquiry by the Lokayukta police, the complaint filed on Monday was accepted and is being inquired into.